The 'No Obligation to return to India' (NORI) certificate Kolkata is needed for those Indian nationals who have gone to the United States of America carrying a J-1 VISA
According to US immigration regulations, all J-1 visa holders must have two years of home (India) residency before filing for an H1B visa, i.e., a work visa. J-1 visa holders must submit a NORI Certificate to US authorities to do so. Applicants who are remaining in the United States often require a J1-waiver, for which they must apply for a NORI Certificate at the Indian Missions/Posts in the United States. Those who have returned to India may apply for this Certificate at the CPV Division, Ministry of External Affairs, New Delhi. Applicants residing in a third country must apply at the relevant Indian Mission/Post.
The Consulate retains the authority to refuse attestation of papers whose contents are undesirable or violate the Rules. The Consulate does not certify any document issued by Indian authorities. Suppose any document issued by authorities in India (such as birth and death certificates, affidavits, diplomas, marriage certificates, and educational credentials issued by authorities in India) must be submitted to sources in the United States. In that case, it must be apostilled in India. Please visit the Ministry of External Affair's website for further information.
Following documents are needed for the No Obligation to Return to India (NORI) certificate Bangalore:
Degree & Qualification documents
NORI Affidavit (with Notary form)
NORI Form- Biodata(with Notary form)
Copy of applicant's current j-1 Visa (Self- Attested)
NOC from the Ministry of HRD (Department of Higher Education) or Ministry of Health and Family Welfare in case of doctors & medical professionals[The concerned Ministries issue instructions for issuance of clearances from time to time];
Passport Office Letter of Authorization (Passport Issuing Authority) [Applicants should verify with the Indian Mission/Post overseas OR the Consular Section (email@example.com), CPV Division, Ministry of External Affairs, New Delhi by email, regardless of where the application is filed].
NOC from the Home Department of State/Union Territory in India, where the applicant belongs to.
An original notarized statement giving complete information of their travel to the United States on a student visa, including their Indian passport number, date and location of the issue, duration of stay in the United States, address in the United States during their visit, and current address.
Copies of the Indian passports, including the one in which the candidate travelled to US and US visa pages
Copy of the US State Department's Third Part Bar Code document, including the applicant's Waiver Review Case File Number (this is required to be quoted in the NORI Certificate as well as details of passport, US address, etc.)
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